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Duration : Three Hours Maximum Marks : 150 H ( jw) = A( w) e jf( w ) Q.1 to carry Q.20 one marks each and Q.21 to Q.85 carry two marks each. distortions if (A) A( w) = Cw2 , f( w) = kw3 (C) A( w) = Cw, f( w) = kw2 é 1 1 Q.1 The rank of the matrix ê 1 1 ê ê ë 1 1 (A) 0 (C) 2 (B) 1 (D) 3 1ù 0 ú is ú 1û ú does not produce
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(B) A( w) = Cw2 , f( w) = kw (D) A( w) = C, f( w) = kw1
Q.7 The values of voltage ( VD) across a tunneldiode corresponding to peak and valley currents are Vp , VD respectively. The range of tunneldiode voltage for VDwhich the slope of its I  VD characteristics is negative would be (A) VD < 0 (C) Vp £ VD < Vv (B) 0 £ VD < Vp (D) VD ³ Vv
Q.2 Ñ ´ Ñ ´ P Where P is a vector, is equal to (A) P ´ Ñ ´ P  Ñ 2P (C) Ñ 2P + Ñ ´ P Q.3 (B) Ñ 2P + Ñ (Ñ × P) (D) Ñ (Ñ × P)  Ñ 2P
Q.8 The concentration of minority carriers in an extrinsic semiconductor under equilibrium is (A) Directly proportional to the doping concentration (B) Inversely proportional to the doping concentration (C) Directly proportional to the intrinsic concentration (D) Inversely concentration proportional to the intrinsic
òò (Ñ ´ P) × ds where P is a vector, is equal to (A) ò P × dl (B) ò Ñ ´ Ñ ´ P × dl (C) ò Ñ ´ P × dl (D) ò Ñ × Pdv
Q.4 A probability density function is of the form p( x) = Ke The value of K is (A) 0.5 (C) 0.5 (B) 1 (D) a
a x
Q.9 Under low level injection assumption, the injected minority carrier current for an extrinsic semiconductor is essentially the (A) Diffusion current (B) Drift current (C) Recombination current
, x Î ( ¥, ¥)
Q.5 A solution for the differential equation x( t) + 2 x( t) = d( t) With initial condition x(0 ) = 0 (A) e u( t) (C) e u( t)
t 2 t
(D) Induced current Q.10 The phenomenon known as “Early Effect” in a bipolar transistor refers to a reduction of the effective basewidth caused by (A) Electron – hole recombination at the base (B) The reverse biasing of the base – collector junction
(B) e u( t) (D) e u( t)
t
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(C) The forward biasing of emitterbase junction (D) The early removal of stored base charge during saturationtocut off switching Q.11 The input impedance ( Z i ) and the output impedance ( Z 0 ) of an ideal transconductance (voltage controlled current source) amplifier are (A) Z i = 0, Z 0 = 0 (C) Z i = ¥, Z 0 = 0 (B) Z i = 0, Z 0 = ¥ (D) Z i = ¥, Z 0 = ¥
ì1 t =0 (B) d( t) = í î 0 otherwise ì1 (C) d( t) = í î0 ì¥ (D) d( t) = í î0 t =0 and otherwise t =0 otherwise and
¥
¥
ò d( t) dt = 1
¥
¥
ò d( t) dt = 1
Q.16 If the region of convergence of x1 [ n] + x2 [ n] is 1 2 <z < 3 3 then the region of convergence of
Q.12 An nchannel depletion MOSFET has following two points on its I D  VGS curve: (i) VGS = 0 at I D = 12 mA and (ii) VGS = 6 Volts at I D = 0 mA Which of the following Q – point will give the highest trans – conductance gain for small signals? (A) VGS = 6 Volts (C) VGS = 0 Volts (B) VGS = 3 Volts (D) VGS = 3 Volts
x1 [ n]  x2 [ n] includes (A) 1 < z <3 3 3 < z <3 2 (B) 2 < z <3 3 1 2 <z < 3 3
(C)
(D)
Q.17 The openloop function of a unitygain feedback control system is given by K ( s + 1)( s + 2)
Q.13 The number of product terms in the minimized sumofproduct states)
1 0 0 1 0 d 0 0 0 0 d 0 1 0 1 1
expression
obtained
through
the
G( s) =
following K – map is (where, “d” denotes don’t care (A) 0
The gain margin of the system in dB is given by (B) 1 (D) (C) 20
Q.18 In the system shown below, x( t) = (sin t) u( t) In steadystate, the response y( t) will be
x(t) 1 s+1 y(t)
Fig Q. 18
(A) 2 (C) 4
(B) 3 (D) 5 (A) (C)
1 2 1 2
pö æ sinç t  ÷ 4ø è e  t sin t
(B)
1 2
pö æ sinç t + ÷ 4ø è
Q.14 Let x( t) « X ( jw) be Fourier Transform pair. The Fourier Transform of the signal x(5 t  3) in terms of X ( jw) is given as 1 (A) e 5
j 3w 5
(D) sin t  cos t
Q.19 The electric field of an electromagnetic wave 1 (B) e 5
j 3w 5
æ jw ö Xç ÷ è 5 ø
æ jw ö Xç ÷ è 5 ø
propagation in the positive direction is given by $ $ E = ax sin( wt  bz) + a y sin( wt  bz + p 2) The wave is (A) Linearly polarized in the z–direction
1 æ jw ö (C) e  j 3w X ç ÷ 5 è 5 ø
1 æ jw ö (D) e j 3w X ç ÷ 5 è 5 ø
Q.15 The Dirac delta function is defined as ì1 t =0 (A) d( t) = í î 0 otherwise
(B) Elliptically polarized (C) Lefthand circularly polarized (D) Righthand circularly polarized
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Company X Y Z
% of computers supplied 60 % 30 % 10 %
Probability of being defective 0.01 0.02 0.03
Given (A) 0.1 (C) 0.3 Q.26 For
that
a
computer
is
defective,
the
eigenvectors of a 2 x 2 matrix are given by Eigenvalue l1 = 8 l2 = 8 The matrix is é6 2 ù (A) ê ú ë2 6 û é2 4 ù (C) ê ú ë4 2 û Eigenvector é1ù v1 = ê ú ë1û é1ù v2 = ê ú ë1û é4 6 ù (B) ê ú ë6 4 û é4 8 ù (D) ê ú ë8 4 û
probability that it was supplied by Y is (B) 0.2 (D) 0.4 the matrix é4 2 ù ê2 4 ú ë û the eigenvalue
é101ù corresponding to the eigenvector ê ú is ë101û (A) 2 (C) 6 (B) 4 (D) 8 d2 y + k2 y = 0 the dx 2
Q.27 For the differential equation Q.22 For the function of a complex variable W (Where, W = u + jv and Z = x + jy) the u = constant lines get mapped in z– Plane as (A) Set of radial straight lines (B) Set of concentric circles (C) Set of confocal hyperbolas (D) Set of confocal ellipses Q.23 The value of the contour integral (C) y = å Am x
m
bourdary conditions are (i) y = 0 for x = 0 and (ii) y = 0 for x = a. The form of nonzero solutions of y( where m varies over all integers) are mpx (A) y = å Am sin a m
mp a
(B) y = å Am cos
m
mpx a
(D) y = å Am x
m

mpx a
z j = 2
ò
1 z +4
2
Q.28 Consider the function f ( t) having Laplace transform F ( s) = w0 s 2 + w2 0 Re[ s ] > 0
in positive sense is jp (A) 2 jp (C) 2
p
p (B) 2 p (D) 2 (A) 0
The final value of f ( t) would be (B) 1 (D) ¥ (C) 1 £ f ( ¥) £ 1
Q.24 The integral ò sin 3 qdq is given by (A) 1/2 (C) 4/3
0
(B) 2/3 (D) 8/3
Q.29 As x is increased from ¥ t0 ¥ the function f ( x) = ex 1 + ex
Q.25 Three companies X, Y and Z supply computers to a university. The percentage of computers supplied by them and the probability of those being defective are tabulated below
(A) Monotonically increases (B) Monotonically decreases (C) Increases to a maximum value and then decreases (D) Decreases to a minimum value and then increases
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Q.30 A twoport network is represented by ABCD, parameters given by éV1 ù é A ê I ú = êC ë 1û ë B ù é V2 ù D ú ê I 2 ú ûë û
Q.34 In the figures shown below, assume that all the capacitors are initially uncharged. If vi ( t) = 10 u( t) Volts, vo( t)is given by
1k
If port – 2 is terminated by the input impedance seen at port – 1 is given by A + BRL (A) C + DRL (C) DRL + A C + BRL ARL + C BRL + D ARL + B D + CRL
+ Vi(t) 4 mF 4k 1 mF
+ VO(t) 
(B) (D)
Fig. Q.34
Q.31 In the two port network shown in the figure below z12 and z 21 are respectively
I1 I2
(A) 8 e 0 .004 t Volts (C) 8u( t) Volts
(B) 8(1  e 0 .004 t ) Volts (D) 8 Volts
Q.35 Consider two transfer functions
re bI1 ro
G1 ( s) = The
s 1 And G2 ( s) = 2 s + as + b s + as + b
2
Fig Q.31
3–dB
bandwidths
of
their
frequency
(A) re and bro (C) 0 and bro
(B) 0 and bro (D) re and bro
responses are, respectively (A) a 2  4 b, (C) a 2  4 b, a2 + 4b a2  4b (B) a 2 + 4 b, (D) a 2 + 4 b, a2  4b a2 + 4b
Q.32 The first and the last critical frequencies (singularities) of a driving point impedance function of a passive network having two kinds of elements, are a pole and a zero respectively. The above property will be satisfied by (A) RL network only (B) RC network only (C) LC network only (D) RC as well as RL networks Q.33 A 2 mH inductor with some initial current can be represented as shown below, where s is the Lap lace Transform variable. The value of initial current is
Is 0.002s
Q.36 A negative resistance Rneg is connected to a passive network N having driving point impedance Z1 ( s) as shown below. For Z 2 ( s) to be positive real,
Rneg
N
Z2(s) Z1(s)
Fig Q.36
(A) Rneg £ Re Z1 ( jw), "w (C) Rneg £ Im Z1 ( jw), "w
(B) Rneg £ Z1 ( jw) , "w (D) Rneg £ ÐZ1 ( jw), "w
1 mV
Q.37 In the circuit shown below, the switch was connected to position 1 at t < 0 and at t = 0, it is changed to position 2. Assume that the diode has zero (B) 2.0A (D) 0.0 A voltage drop and a storage time ts . For 0 < t £ ts , vR is given by (all in Volts)
Fig Q.33
(A) 0.5A (C) 1.0 A
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10 V
Fig Q.37
(A) vR = 5 (C) 0 £ vR < 5 Q.38 The majority
(B) vR = +5 (D) 5 £ vR < 0 carriers in an n–type (A) 0 Volt (C) 9.45 Volts
Fig Q.41
(B) 6.3 Volts (D) 10 Volts
semiconductor have an average drift velocity v in a direction perpendicular to a uniform magnetic field B. The electric field E induced due to Hall effect acts in the direction. (A) v ´ B (C) along v (B) B ´ v (D) opposite to v
Q. 42 For the circuit shown below, assume that the zener diode is ideal with a breakdown voltage of 6 volts. The waveform observed across R is
6V + 12sin wt R VR 
Q.39 Find the correct match between Group 1 and Group 2. Group 1 EVaractor diode FPIN diode GZener diode HSchottky diode Group 2 1Voltage reference 2High frequency switch 3Tuned circuits 4Current controlled attenuator (B) E2, F4, G1, H3 (D) E1, F3, G2, H4 (B) (A)
~
6V
Fig Q.42
6V
(A) E4, F2, G1, H3 (C) E3, F4, G1, H2
Q.40 A heavily doped n type semiconductor has the following data: Holeelectron ratio Doping concentration Intrinsic concentration The ratio of :0.4 :4.2 ´ 108 atoms/m 3 :15 ´ 10 4 atoms/m 3 . conductance of the ntype (D)
12 V
12 V
(C)
6 V
semiconductor to that of the intrinsic semicundutor of same material and ate same temperature is given by (A) 0.00005 (C) 10,000 (B) 2,000 (D) 20,000
(D)
Q.41 For the circuit shown in the following figure, the capacitor C is initially uncharged. At t = 0 the switch S is closed. In the figures shown symbol The voltage VC across the capacitor at t = 1 is the OP AMP is supplied with and the ground has been shown by the
6 V
Q. 43 A new Binary Coded Pentary (BCP) number system is proposed in which every digit of a base–5 number is represented by its corresponding 3–bit binary code. For example, the base–5 number 24 will
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Q2 D3 D2 Clock Q1 Q0 3  Bit Counter D1 D3 D/A Converter
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corresponds of the following number is base–5 system (B) 1324 (D) 4231
vo
1 kW
Q.44 An I / O peripheral device shown in Fig.(b) below is to be interfaced to an 8085 microprocessor. To select the I/O divice in the I/O address range D4 H – D7 H, its chip–select ( CS) should be connected to the output of the decoder shown in as below:
A2 A3 A4 LSB 3to8 Decoder MSB D0 D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6 D7 DATA IORD IOWR A1 A0 I/O Peripheral
Fig Q.46
(A)
(B)
A7 A6 A5
CS
(C)
(D)
Fig Q.44
(A) output 7 (C) output 2
(B) output 5 (D) output 0
Q.47 Two D – flip – flops, as shown below, are to be connected as a synchronous counter that goes through the following sequence 00 ® 01 ® 11 ® 10 ® 00 ® K
D0 Clock CK Q0 Q0 D1 CK Q1 Q1 MSB
Q.45 For the circuit shown in figures below, two 4 – bit parallel – in serial – out shift registers loaded with the data shown are used to feed the data to a full adder. Initially, all the flip – flops are in clear state. After applying two clock pulses, the outputs of the fulladder should be
1 0 1 1
D CLK Q A S Full Adder B Ci Q CO D CLK
Fig Q.47
The inputs D0 and D1 respectively should be connected as, (A) Q1 and Q0 (C) Q1Q0 and Q1Q0 (B) Q0 and Q1 (D) Q1 Q0 and Q1Q0
0
0
1
1
D CLK
Q
Q.48 Following is the segment of a 8085 assembly
CLK
language program
Fig Q.45
(A) S = 0 C0 = 0 (C) S = 1 C0 = 0
(B) S = 0 C0 = 1 (D) S = 1 C0 = 1 3000 H
Q.46 A 4 – bit D / A converter is connected to a free – running 3 – big UP counter, as shown in the following figure. Which of the following waveforms will be observed at VO ?
LXI SP, EFFF H CALL 3000 H : : : LXI H, 3CF4 PUSH PSW SPHL POP PSW RET
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2.5
y 1
2.5
x
Fig Q.52
Q.49 The point P in the following figure is stuck at 1. The output f will be
A B P f
(A) f y( y) =
1 ( u( y + 2.5)  u( y  2.5)) 5
(B) f y( y) = 0.5 d( y) + 0.5 d( y  1) (C) f y( y) = 0.25 d( y + 2.5) + 0.25 d( y  2.5) + 5 d( y) (D)
f y ( y) = 0.25d( y + 2.5) + 0.25d( y  2.5) + 1 ( u( y + 2.5)  u( y  2.5)) 10
C
Fig Q.49
Q. 53 A system with input x[ n] and output y[ n] is (B) A (D) A given as 5 ö æ y[ n] = ç sin pn ÷ x[ n] 6 ø è The system is (A) linear, stable and invertible (B) non linear, stable and noninvertible (C) linear, stable and noninvertible
(A) ABC (C) ABC
Q.50 A signal with bandwidth 500 Hz is first multiplied by a signal g( t) where g( t) =
R = ¥
å ( 1) k d( t  0.5 ´ 10 4 k)
¥
The resulting signal is then passed through an ideal lowpass filter with bandwith 1 kHz. The output of the lowpass filter would be (A) d( t) (C) 0 (B) m( t) (D) m( t)d( t)
(D) linear, unstable and invertible Q.54 The unit step response of a system starting from rest is given by c( t) = 1  e 2 t For t ³ 0 The transfer function of the system is 1 2 (B) (A) 1 + 2s 2+s (C) 1 2+s (D) 2s 1 + 2s
Q.51 The minimum sampling frequency (in samples / sec) required to reconstruct the following signal from its samples without distortion æ sin 2 p100 t ö æ sin 2 p100 t ö x( t) = 5ç ÷ ÷ + 7ç pt pt ø è ø è Would be (A) 2 ´ 10
3 3 3 2
Q.55 The Nyquist plot of G( jw) H ( jw) for a closed loop control system, passes through ( 1, j0)point in the GH plane. The gain margin of the system in dB is equal to (A) infinite (C) less than zero (B) greater than zero (D) zero
(B) 4 ´ 10 (D) 8 ´ 10
3 3
(C) 6 ´ 10
Q.52 A uniformly distributed random variable X with probability density function fx ( x) = 1 ( u( x + 5)  u( x  5)) 10 Q.56 The positive values of “K” and “a”so that the system shown in the figures below oscillates at a frequency of 2 rad/sec respectively are
R(s) + K(s + 1) (s3 +as2 +2s+1) C(s)
Where u(.) is the unit step function is passed through a transformation given in the figure below. The probability density function of the transformed random variable Y would be
Fig Q.56
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(A) 1, 0.75 (C) 1, 1
(B) 2, 0.75 (D) 2, 2
(A) correlated (C) uncorrelated Q.62 A source
(B) statistically independent (E) orthogonal generates three symbols with
Q.57 The unit impulse response of a system is f ( t) = e  t , t ³ 0 For this system, the steadystate value of the output for unit step input is equal to (A) 1 (C) 1 Q.58 The transfer (B) 0 (D) ¥ function of a phase lead
probabilities 0.25, 0.25, 0.50 at a rate of 3000 symbols per second. Assuming independent generation of symbols, the most efficient source encoder would have average bit rate as (A) 6000 bits/sec (C) 3000 bits/sec (B) 4500 bits/sec (D) 1500 bits/sec clipping in Amplitude
compensator is given by Gc ( s) = 1 + 3Ts Where T > 0 1 + Ts
Q.63 if RC
The
diagonal
Demodulation (using envelope detector) can be avoided time – constant of the envelope detector satisfies the following condition, (here W is message bandwidth and wc is carrier frequency both in rad /sec) 1 1 (A) RC < (B) RC > W W (C) RC < 1 wc (D) RC > 1 wc
The maximum phase shift provide by such a compensator is p (A) 2 (C) p 4 p 3 p 6
(B) (D)
Q.59 A linear system is described by the following state equation é 0 1ù & X ( t) = AX ( t) + BU ( t), A = ê ú ë 1 0 û The state transition matrix of the system is sin t ù sin t ù é cos t é cos t (B) ê (A) ê ú ú cos t û ë sin t  cos t û ë sin t é cos t  sin t ù (C) ê cos t ú û ë sin t é cos t  sin t ù (D) ê sin t ú û ë cos t
Q.64 In the following figure the minimum value of the constant “C” , which is to be added to y1 ( t) and y2 ( t) such that y1 ( t) and y2 ( t) and are different, is
Q is quantizer with L levels, stepwise D allowable signal dynamic range [V, V] x(t) with range V , V 2 2 y1(t)
Q
Q
C
y2(t)
Fig Q.64
Q.60 The minimum step size required for a Delta – Modulator operating at 32 K , samples/sec to track the signal (here u( t) is the unit function) x( t) = 125 t( u( t)  u( t  1)(250  125 t)( u( t  1)  u( t  2)) So that slope overload is avoided, would be (A) 2
10 8
(A) D D2 12
(B)
D 2 D L
(C)
(D)
Q.65 A message signal with 10 kHz bandwidth is lower side Band SSB modulated with carrier fc1 = 106 Hz frequency the resulting signal is then passed through a Narow Band Frequency Modulator with carrier frequency fc 2 = 10 9 Hz. The bandwidth of the output would be (A) 4 ´ 10 4 Hz (C) 2 ´ 10 9 Hz (B) 2 ´ 106 Hz (D) 2 ´ 1010 Hz
(B) 2
(C) 2 6
(D) 2 4
Q.61 A zero mean white Gaussian noise is passed through an ideal lowpass filter of bandwidth 10 kHz. The output is then uniformly sampled with sampling period ts = 0.03 msec. The samples so obtained would be
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Q.66 A medium of relative permittivity e r 2 = 2 forms an interface with free – space. A point source of electromagnetic energy is located in the medium at a depth of 1 meter from the interface. Due to the total internal reflection, the transmitted beam has a circular crosssection over the interface. The area of the beam crosssection at the interface is given by (A) 2 p m 2 (C) p 2 m 2 (B) p2 m 2 (D) p m 2
Common Data for Question 71,72,73: In the transistor amplifier circuit show in the figure below, the transistor has the following parameters: bDC = 60, VBE = 0.7 V, hie ® ¥, hfe ® ¥
12 V
1 kW 53 kW 5.3 kW CC + vC –
Q.67 A medium is divide into regions I and II about x = 0 plane, as shown in the figure below. An electromagnetic wave with electric field $ $ $ E1 = 4 ax + 3a y + 5 az is incident normally on the interface from region I. The electric file E2 in region II at the interface is
Region I m1=mo er1=4 s1=0 E1 x<0 x=0 x>0 Region II m2=mo er2=4 s2=0 E2
vS
~
Fig Q.70
The capacitance can be assumed to be infinite. Q.71 Under the DC conditions, the collector – toemitter voltage drop is (A) 4.8 Volts (C) 6.0 Volts (B) 5.3 Volts (D) 6.6 Volts
Fig Q.67
(A) E2 = E1 $ $ $ (C) 3ax + 3a y + 5 az
$ $ (B) 4 ax + 0.75 a y  125 az . $ $ $ $ (D) 3ax + 3a y + 5 az
Q.72 If bDC is increase by 10%, the collector – toemitter voltage drop (A) increases by less than or equal to 10% (B) decreases by less than or equal to 10% (C) increases by more than 10% (D) decreases by more than 10% Q.73 The small signal gain of the amplifier vc vs is (A) 10 (B) –5.3 (D) 10
Q.68 When a planes wave traveling in freespace is incident normally on a medium having the fraction of power transmitted into the medium is given by (A) 8/9 (C) 1/3 (B) 1/2 (D) 5/6
Q.69 A rectangular wave guide having TE10 mode as dominant mode is having a cut off frequency 18GHz for the mode TE30 . The inner broad – wall dimension of the rectangular wave guide is (A) 5/3cms (C) 5/2 cms (B) 5 cms (D) 10 cms
(C) 5.3
Common Data for Question 74, 75 : Let g( t) = p( t)* p( t) where * denotes convolution and p( t) = u( t)  u( t  1) with u( t) being the unit step function. Q.74 The impulse response of filter matched to the signal s( t) = g( t)  d( t  2)* g( t) is given as: (A) s(1  t) (C) s( t) (B) s(1  t) (D) s( t)
Q.70 A mast antenna consisting of a 50 meter long vertical conductor operates over a perfectly conducting ground plane. It is basefed at a frequency of 600 kHz. The radiation resistance of the antenna in Ohms is (A) 2 p2 5 (B) p2 5
2
4 p2 (C) 5
Q.75 An Amplitude Modulated signal is given as x AM = 100( p( t) + 0.5 g( t)) cos wc t
(D) 20 p
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(B) first order highpass R – C filter (C) tuned L – C filter (D) series R – L – C filter Q.79 The parameters of the system obtained in Q. 78
Linked Answer Question : Q.75 to Q.85 carry two marks each. Statement of Linked Answer Question 76 & 77: A regulated power supply, shown in figure below, has an unregulated input (UR) of 15 volts and generates a regulated output Use the component values shown in the figure.
Q1 15 V (UR) + 1 kW 10 kW 12 kW vo –
would be (A) first order R–L lowpass filter would have R=4 W L=4 H (B) first order R–C highpass filter would have R = 4 W C = 0.25 F (C) tuned L–C filter would have L = 4 H C = 4 F (D) series R–L–C lowpass R = 1 W, L = 4 H, C = 4 F filter would have
Statement for linked Answer Question 80 & 81 Consider the following Amplitude Modulated (AM) signal, where fm < B x AM ( t) = 10(1 + 0.5 sin 2 pfm t) cos 2 pfc t
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Fig Q.76
Q.76 The power dissipation across the transistor Q1 shown in the figure is (A) 4.8 Watts (C) 5.4 Watts (B) 5.0 Watts (D) 6.0 Watts
Q.81 The AM signal gets added to a noise with Power spectral Density given in the figure below. The ratio of average sideband power to mean noise power would be.
Sn(f )
Q.77 If the unregulated voltage increases by 20%, the power dissipation across the transistor Q1 (A) increase by 20% (C) remains unchanged (B) increase by 50% (D) decreases by 20%
NO/2
Statement for Linked Answer Question 78 & 79; The following two questions refer to wide sense stationary stochastic processes. Q.78 It is desired to generate a stochastic process ( as voltage process ) with power spectral density S( w) = 16 16 + w2
fcB fc fc+B fcB fc fc+B
f
Fig Q.80
(A)
25 8 N0 B 25 2 N0 B
(B)
25 4 N0 B 25 N0 B
(C)
(D)
By driving a Linear – Time – Invariant system by zero mean white noise (as voltage process) with power spectral density being constant equal to 1. The system which can perform the desired task could be (A) first order lowpass R – L filter Statement for Linked Answer Questions 82 & 83 Consider a unity gain feedback control system whose open – leep transfer function is:
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31. B 36. B 41. D 46. B 51. C 56. B 61. B 66. D 71. C 76. C
32. B 37. D 42. B 47. A 52. B 57. C 62. B 67. C 72. B 77. B 82. C
33. A 38. A 43. D 48. B 53. C 58. D 63. D 68. A 73. A 78. A 83.C
34. B 39. C 44. B 49. D 54. B 59.A 64. C 69. C 74. D 79. 84.
35. B 40. D 45. D 50. B 55. D 60. B 65. B 70. A 75. A 80. C 85.
Q.82 The value of “a” so that the system has a phase – margin equal to p 4 is approximately equal to (A) 2.40 (C) 0.84 (B) 1.40 (D) 0.74
Q.83 With the value of “a” set for a phase – margin of p 4, the value of unit – impulse response of the openloop system at t = 1 second is equal to (A) 3.40 (C) 1.84 (B) 2.40 (D) 1.74
Statement for Linked Answer Questions 84 & 85: A 30 Volts battery with zero source resistance is connected to a coaxial line of characteristic impedance of 50 Ohms at t = 0 second and terminated in an unknown resistive load. The line length is such that it take 400 ms for an electromagnetic wave to travel from source end to load end and vice – versa. At t = 400 ms, the voltage at the load end is found to be 40 volts. Q.84 The load resistance is (A) 25 Ohms (C) 75 Ohms (B) 50 Ohms (D) 100 Ohms
81. B
Q.85 The steady state current through the load resistance is (A) 1.2 Amps (C) 0.6 Amps ‘
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(B) 0.3 Amps (D) 0.4 Amps
Answer
1. C 6. B 11. D 16. D 21. A 26. C 2. D 7. C 12. D 17.D 22. B 27. A 3. A 8. B 13. A 18. A 23. D 28. C 4. C 9. A 14. A 19. C 24. C 29. A 5. A 10 .B 15. D 20. A 25. D 30. D
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